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By and large, turnover is on the minds of leaders across many organizations. As if finding good talent wasn’t hard enough, keeping said talent may be even harder. And now, there’s a new buzzword: ‘quiet quitting.’ Yet, based on what we understand of this new phrase, it really isn’t new at all.

Call it what you want: Mailing it in. Putting in enough effort to get the minimal amount done. They’re not formally quitting, they’re just there. None of these occurrences are new. So, what’s really happening? Why is quiet quitting surfacing as a new concern?

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